Apple's plunge from the highs has sent ripples across the market, and it may get worse.
After a brutal 2018, energy stocks are soaring. If you want to get in on the rally, one expert has two ways you can do it.
The bears are devouring Apple. According to one trader, shares could plunge 13 percent more over the next two months before hitting a floor.
Bitcoin has plunged nearly 30 percent in the last month, and more than 50 percent this year. But Tom Lee of Fundstrat may have just uncovered the reason behind recent weakness – or at least part of it.
A leading indicator for stocks just entered a death cross, but the ominous signal might not be as scary as it's cracked up to be.
The two sneaker stocks could face bigger hurdles when they report next week.
Signs of euphoria are creeping into the market, and that's giving one trader déjà vu.
Apple shares have fallen more than 5 percent from its recent high, but one technician says investors shouldn't worry just yet.
Stocks look solid on the surface but a deeper look shows signs the market is starting to crack.
The nearly decadelong bull market in the U.S. is long in the tooth and there are better gains to be had elsewhere, says one strategist.